Network World’s Alan Zeichi recently argued “We need a better Private Browsing mode.” Slashdot reader Miche67 writes: As this writer says, Chrome’s Incognito Mode “doesn’t offer strong protection at all.” [Incognito mode “only prevents Chrome from saving your site visit activity. It won’t stop other sources from seeing your browsing activity.”] And Firefox’s Private Browsing with Tracking Protection — while stronger than Chrome — is an all-or-nothing option. “You can’t turn it off for sites you trust, but have it otherwise enabled by default.”
The submission ends, “Every single link to non-trusted websites should open, by default, in a Private/Incognito window. C’mon, browser makers, get this done.” This raises two questions. How do Slashdot’s readers browse? And do you think we need a better private mode for web browsing?
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